Gallagher delivers innovative solutions that exceed expectations. We redefine what’s possible to provide our customers with products they often never knew they needed. It's an approach that's in our DNA, as our record of innovation proves.
2013 - Gallagher's fuel systems division launches the latest range of pump products, PULSE, offering a new version of electronics, including an orange display panel for payment terminals or multi-media advertising.
In 2012, Gallagher released another world first - the i Series energizer system, designed to quickly and easily monitor fence performance, keeping farmers informed of any problems immediately.
2012 - From the hub of activity to the perimeter fenceline - Gallagher expands its security technology platform with Command Centre 7.05, delivering enhanced security around the world.
2010 - Gallagher unveils the award winning sheep auto drafter, a fully automated weighing and drafting system that is quieter, and easier to set up than its competitors.
2010 - Designed from practical customer insights, the Smart Fence, a four wire, fully portable all-in-one electric fence system is launched and redefines portable fencing.
Towards the end of 2008 the Touch Screen Indicator, the Smart Tsi, is completed and released to market revolutionizing on-farm management. It includes the touch screen, integrated weigh scale and computer management programme.
2008 - The strength of Gallagher's access control products and the monitored perimeter fence systems are combined to create the Gallagher Trophy FT, a complete security solution.
2007, the VR2 solution is developed, a central vac system that can be retrofitted to existing fuel bowsers. Vapour is sucked from a cars fuel tank at the same rate as fuel is dispersed limiting dispersion into the atmosphere.
2007 - With the introduction of EID or Electronic Identification, Gallagher EID reading technology enables individual animals to be automatically identified and traced via a unique number attached to the animal using technology originally developed for human access control.
In 2006, lead free PCBs are assembled at the Marton workshop highlighting our commitment to sustainability and our lean philosophies.